Cast Writer/Director
Executive Producer Co-Producer Crew

Randall Peck, Director of Photography, is a Seattle-based cinematographer/director of photography well-versed in 35mm and 16mm motion picture photography, 24P high definition digital cinematography and the many varieties of analogue and digital video.  He has nineteen years experience shooting feature films, short films,  national and local commercials, television shows, documentaries, sports, music videos, fashion, travel and corporate marketing, His recent work includes the official documentary of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games for Bud Greenspan and Cappy Productions, a commercial for the NBA's "Team Up" campaign, commercials for Nickelodeon, 10 half hour shows of "Trailside" for PBS, for Major League Baseball, the NBA, HBO, Scripps Network, Anheuser Busch, Microsoft, Arco, 3M and more.

Schy Gleason, Editor, has amassed decades of experience in video, TV and stage production and post-production work. His experience in national, regional, & local commercials includes two years in network broadcast TV promotions for nationally known clients such as NBC, ABC, Warner Brothers, Fox, Sony, Disney Channel, and more.

Schy has also supported the production and post production needs of local broadcast TV promotions for the LA market and has several years’ experience in government (military) and corporate video productions, including case studies, product role-outs, trade show material, media announcements, and educational videos

Scot Charles, Sound Designer, is both a sound designer and audio recordist. His experience and involvement with audio production is extensive. He has been involved with many award winning projects and won a national EMMY in 1999 for the National Geographic Special "Avalanche: The White Death", in the category of "Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction Programming - Sound Mixing". He was also nominated for an Emmy for his sound design work on "Blue Water Hunters," the 1990 PBS special directed by Emmy award winner, Laszlo Pal.

Billy Brush, Sound Editor, provided sound recording on the set and was the audio post production editor, assisting Scot during the final mixdown.

Johnny Bregar, Composer, makes music that has soul. Alongside catchy melodies and a pop sensibility, his sound reaches into alternative-land with dreamy organ, a bit of grit and that lovely vintage Fender Rhodes.   Johnny was trained as a classical pianist early on. Then high school hit… so he picked up the guitar and continues to pick up new instruments all the time.  On his new CD, yet-to-be-named, he plays all the instruments, except drums. He’s still working keeping time with all four limbs...

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